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Sanxingdui cultural relics large face collision site: steering wheel, hot pot, Wi Fi antenna

via:快科技     time:2021/2/10 17:09:01     readed:277

Speaking of Sanxingdui, people who pay attention to history and archaeology should have some understanding. Recently, six new sacrificial pits have been found at Sanxingdui site, and archaeological excavation is in progress. This has aroused the interest of many netizens, becauseAmong the previous cultural relics, there are many modern face bumps. CCTV news also specially made a long summary of this

Sanxingdui ancient site is located on the South Bank of duck in the northwest of Guanghan City, Sichuan Province, covering an area of 12 square kilometers. It has a history of 5000-3000 years. It is the largest, longest lasting and most abundant ancient city, ancient country and ancient Shu cultural site found in Southwest China. At present, it has the most complete East, West and south city walls and the inner city wall of Yueliangwan.

Sanxingdui site is known as one of the greatest archaeological discoveries of human beings in the 20th century, which shows that the Yangtze River Basin, like the Yellow River Basin, belongs to the mother of Chinese civilization and is known as the "source of Yangtze River civilization".

From July to September 1986, two large Shang Dynasty sacrificial pits No. 1 and No. 2 were excavated in Sanxingdui. Nearly 1000 pieces of precious cultural relics such as gold, copper, jade, stone, pottery, shells and bones were unearthed, including the most distinctive three or four hundred bronzes.

On September 5, 2020, Sichuan Provincial Bureau of cultural relics announced the launch of in-depth excavation and Research on the sacrificial area of Sanxingdui ancient site.

From October 22, 2019 to August 8, 2020, Sichuan Provincial Institute of cultural relics and archaeology, together with Sichuan Guanghan Sanxingdui Museum, carried out a systematic and comprehensive archaeological exploration and excavation at Sanxingdui site. Six new "sacrificial pits" were discovered near the "No. 1 and No. 2 sacrificial pits" excavated in 1986, basically finding out the scope of the sacrificial area around the "No. 1 and No. 2 sacrificial pits", as well as various types of cultural relics The chronological sequence and spatial pattern of the remains.

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